SOUNDCHECK: JANUARY 23 – 29
Need a live music fix? Catch Birdz, Moktar, Potential, Party Dozen + more in Sydney and surrounds this week!
Culture Guide: Summer Edition
From dinosaurs to digital art to physical theatre and photography, pack you summer full with Sydney’s freshest events!
Home is where the _____ is: Geoff Sobelle’s ‘HOME’ helps fill in the blanks
‘Home’ directed by Geoff Sobelle for Sydney Festival is a spectacle of ridiculousness, chaos, repetition and deeply odd beauty.
Ten Top Picks For Sydney Festival 2018
Virtual reality, underwater music and a whole year of socially engaged artistic projects: here are our top picks for Sydney Festival 2018.
Review: Wafia at St Stephen’s Church (Sydney Festival)
Featuring new songs, favourites from her EPs and live collaborations with Ben Abraham, Wafia’s sold-out performance in St Stephen’s Church was pretty magical.
Review: ‘Institute’ – powerful physical theatre at Sydney Festival
Exploring the pressures of modern life through an amazing performance of physical theatre.
Review: Yann Tiersen at Sydney Opera House (Sydney Festival)
With rolling waves and bird calls laid over his trademark piano, Yann Tiersen transported a sold-out Sydney Opera House crowd to Ushant: the tiny island off the north-west of France where he lives and records.
Review: Jessy Lanza at Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent (Sydney Festival)
“There is a physicality to Jessy Lanza’s music that is made for dancing – RnB basslines, house influenced synths, plenty vocal hooks and syncopated rhythms.”
Review: Weyes Blood at Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent (Sydney Festival)
Joined on stage by Kirin J Callinan, Jack Ladder and Daniel Stricker (Midnight Juggernauts), Weyes Blood did what every artist aspires to: “She stopped time.”
Review: Cash Savage & The Last Drinks at Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent (Sydney Festival)
Calling on elements of Velvet Underground, Gun Club and Nick Cave, Cash Savage and The Last Drinks put on “one hell of a powerful, confident and intense show”.